Updated on December 7th, 2021
An Idaho subcontractor agreement establishes the terms by which a subcontractor is hired to work for a general contractor. The completed document will include a description of the subcontractor’s services, how they will be compensated, the duration of the contract, and any liability insurance that they will be required to obtain prior to beginning their work.
Drafting and executing a subcontractor is beneficial to the contractor, subcontractor, and client because it clearly designates each party’s responsibilities and binds them to their contractual duties. This ensures that the subcontractor and contractor will be compensated for their work, that the work will be completed on time, and the contractor and client will be held harmless from any loss or liability incurred by the subcontractor.